It is a common belief that the football team sitting atop the Premier League at Christmas will go on to win the title. It’s nothing to do with festive luck but is more a measure of the halfway point that the league reaches around Christmas and the New Year. The odds that this will be… Continue reading Can Anyone Beat Manchester City In The Premier League This Season?
“Cheltenham Festival” by Carine06 (CC BY-SA 2.0) The Irish horse racing trainers have had a rich history when it comes to successful mare hurdlers, and the next one off the production line looks sure to be Apple’s Jade. She rose to fame last season but, this year, she looks better than ever, and looks sure to… Continue reading Apple’s Jade, The New Irish Mare Everyone Is Talking About
Source: CBC Sports via Twitter The NFL has been plagued by injuries to many star players this season. Those on the injured reserve list could make up an All-Pro team, such has been the loss of talent from the league. MVP candidate Carson Wentz has become the latest player to be struck down. The Philadelphia… Continue reading Can The Eagles Overcome Wentz Injury?
The Dallas Cowboys started out looking like they would qualify for the playoffs and make a real run at the Super Bowl this season, although recently that has been far from the truth. The Cowboys have struggled and they are now 6-6 overall this season, although they did record a much-needed victory over the Washington… Continue reading Cowboys Win Keeps Super Bowl Dream Alive
The FIFA World Cup in Russia will undoubtedly be the most prestigious sporting event staged during 2018. The tournament kicks-off on June 14 and reaches its climax at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 15. The hosts will be joined by 31 other nations playing 64 fixtures in 12 venues across 11 cities. Read… Continue reading 5 Teams To Watch At The 2018 World Cup In Russia
With under a year to go before the start of the FIFA World Cup in Russia, it’s fair to say the build-up has been clouded by numerous controversies. Politics, hooliganism, human rights issues, doping – there’s been plenty of problems for organisers to contend with. Read on for our 10 things worth knowing about the… Continue reading Top 10 Things To Know About The 2018 World Cup
Top sports stars are rarely too far from the limelight, often as much for their off-field activities as opposed to their achievements on it. The news that USA striker Alex Morgan was one of three female football players kicked out of Walt Disney World in Florida after an argument at a restaurant sparked plenty of… Continue reading Morgan’s Citation Opens Up The Sporting Role Model Debate Again
Founded as Newton Heath L&YR Football Club in 1878, Manchester United has existed as a football club for more than 138 years. Entering into the First Division in 1892-93, the club later changed its name to Manchester United in 1902. United won its first League title in 1908 and moved to its current home of… Continue reading A History Of Manchester United
There is a large contingent of retiring players from European super leagues who have found a home at top MLS clubs. Among those superstars who are finishing their careers in America, David Villa is among those who is having a great time. The Spanish midfielder was voted the MLS Most Valuable Player in the last… Continue reading Good Times For David Villa In The MLS
Since the American Professional Football Association was formed in 1920, American football has grown an enormous worldwide fan base, and the first game was being played on 3rd October 1920. From that day onwards this particular sport has developed to be what it is today with a larger fan base in America than the game… Continue reading Increasing Reputation Of College Football In USA